I've enjoyed practicing balancing stones for 10 years now and here is a compilation of my best moments. All the stones in these pictures are balanced, strictly without the aid of adhesive, pins, or computer manipulation. "Nature’s glue" and my patience sustain them in these seemingly impossible positions. They remain in place through the natural force of gravity and friction. Before I leave the place, I make them fall so I leave no trace behind.
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Stone balancing (also known as stacking) is both an art, discipline, and a hobby. There are a few different techniques and styles of balancing. There's Stacking, which is just stacking rocks on top of each other. Classical balance, where each rock is balanced inline. Counter-balance, where the balance depends on the upper rocks which weigh down on the lower ones. Arch is when rocks form a structure that spans through space. And last, but definitely not least, is freestyle, which combines a few of the aforementioned techniques.